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Articles

Title Publication Date
Why Hong Kong's protesters fly the Stars and Stripes The Boston Globe September 12, 2019
To Hell with Robert Mugabe Arguable September 9, 2019
Hong Kong is being strangled, and the free world just watches The Boston Globe June 16, 2019
Outraged — but only when it's convenient The Boston Globe October 24, 2018
Enlightened despots are never enlightened The Boston Globe October 21, 2018
A back-of-the-bus human rights policy The Boston Globe May 10, 2017
Why Miss World silences Anastasia Lin The Boston Globe December 14, 2016
In China, prisoners of conscience are literally being butchered The Boston Globe December 4, 2016
Failure of Turkey's coup was no victory for democracy The Boston Globe July 20, 2016
The end of Holocaust remembrance The Boston Globe May 1, 2016
Samantha Power's squandered moral authority The Boston Globe March 6, 2016
Obama's Cuba trip is a reward to dictators The Boston Globe February 24, 2016
For Americans, global freedom is a mission that crosses party lines The Boston Globe February 7, 2016
Obama's Cuba policy makes life worse for Cubans The Boston Globe December 27, 2015
The beauty queen that China is desperate to stifle The Boston Globe November 29, 2015
China has its own horrors to atone for The Boston Globe August 2, 2015
Cubans pay the price for Obama's 'engagement' with the Castros The Boston Globe July 8, 2015
When US troops left too soon The Boston Globe May 10, 2015
The Armenian genocide was also a jihad The Boston Globe April 15, 2015
Spare the blogger and lash us instead The Boston Globe January 28, 2015
A happy Christmas for the Castro regime The Boston Globe December 21, 2014
Lift the embargo – but liberate Cuba first The Boston Globe June 25, 2014
Islam, 'honor' violence, and the silence of the progressives The Boston Globe April 13, 2014
Where is our shame? The Boston Globe February 26, 2014
The Castro tyranny turns another year older The Boston Globe December 29, 2013
When 'never again' turns into 'yet again' The Boston Globe August 28, 2013
A conservative's case for confirming Samantha Power The Boston Globe June 12, 2013
On balance, was the Iraq war worth it? The Boston Globe March 20, 2013
Useful idiots, then and now The Boston Globe March 13, 2013
Kerry's 'realism' slips into callousness The Boston Globe December 30, 2012
The ghastly hellhole of Camp 14 The Boston Globe May 9, 2012
'Victims' who persecute The Boston Globe April 18, 2012
Burning with despair The Boston Globe January 18, 2012
For Arab Christians, a wintry 'spring' The Boston Globe December 7, 2011
The Cairo pogrom The Boston Globe October 12, 2011
No blind eye to the 'worst of the worst' The Boston Globe June 5, 2011
Obama's inexcusable indecision on Syria The Boston Globe May 15, 2011
Shaking the house that Assad built The Boston Globe March 30, 2011
Yes, genocide is 'an American concern' The Boston Globe December 15, 2010
Lifting the embargo would entrench Cuba's rulers The Boston Globe August 25, 2010
Freedom takes more than technology The Boston Globe April 25, 2010
Not all tidings are of great joy The Boston Globe December 23, 2009
Held hostage in North Korea The Boston Globe August 2, 2009
The 'democracy president' -- not The Boston Globe June 24, 2009
China's 'socialist road' to misery The Boston Globe June 3, 2009
Democracy and the Arab world The Boston Globe June 2, 2009
JFK Democrats no more The Boston Globe April 19, 2009
Obama's 180 on genocide The Boston Globe October 8, 2008
China's totalitarian games The Boston Globe August 24, 2008
A blind eye to Mugabe's reign of terror The Boston Globe June 15, 2008
The dire situation in Zimbabwe The Boston Globe April 20, 2008
The Pyongyang overture The Boston Globe March 2, 2008
A hero in Castro's gulag The Boston Globe November 4, 2007
Truth and the Armenian genocide The Boston Globe August 22, 2007
Zimbabwe's horrors The Boston Globe August 12, 2007
Castro's true legacy is a bloody trail The Boston Globe January 1, 2007
Death of a Cambodian butcher The Boston Globe July 27, 2006
The humanitarian case for war in Iraq The Boston Globe March 22, 2006
9,240 victims, and counting The Boston Globe January 4, 2006
An Auschwitz in Korea The Boston Globe February 8, 2004
Meanwhile, in Cuba, the tyranny goes on The Boston Globe April 10, 2003
'You are effectively saving Saddam' The Boston Globe February 20, 2003
Saddam's shop of horrors The Boston Globe October 31, 2002
Starving time in Zimbabwe The Boston Globe September 20, 2002
Kerry's betrayal of Vietnam The Boston Globe August 25, 2002
The keepers of Cuba's conscience The Boston Globe March 17, 2002
Remembering the 'wall of shame' The Boston Globe August 20, 2001
Olympics 2008: Say no to Beijing The Boston Globe May 7, 2001
Ending the Clinton appeasement The Boston Globe March 22, 2001
Normal trade when China is normal The Boston Globe May 22, 2000
Why we fought in Vietnam The Boston Globe May 4, 2000
10 years after Tiananmen, Beijing's tyranny is unchanged The Boston Globe June 3, 1999
Double standards, left and right The Boston Globe March 15, 1999
Horror at Ebensee The Boston Globe April 28, 1998
The Cuban embargo's moral justification The Boston Globe April 2, 1998
At the right time, he did the right thing The Boston Globe September 2, 1997
Hong Kong is swallowed up The Boston Globe July 1, 1997
A double standard for Arafatland The Boston Globe May 6, 1997
Farrakhan and the slave traders The Boston Globe April 1, 1997
A blind eye to Deng's atrocities The Boston Globe February 27, 1997
Christian suffering is on the rise The Boston Globe December 24, 1996
Disney's courage, Mandela's caution The Boston Globe December 5, 1996
Wang's sacrifice for the right to vote The Boston Globe November 5, 1996
Silence on slavery The Boston Globe April 2, 1996
Minister of treason The Boston Globe February 15, 1996
To the victims of Communism: lest we forget The Boston Globe December 7, 1995
When will we stop the 'ethnic cleansing' in Bosnia? The Boston Globe July 20, 1995
Feel their pain, Mr. President The Boston Globe May 9, 1995
Iran's high-octane blood money The Boston Globe March 2, 1995
A fondness for Brezhnev, and other Kennedy curiosities The Boston Globe October 6, 1994
This apartheid foe says sanctions hurt The Boston Herald May 8, 1991

Book Reviews

Book Title Publication Date
When They Come For Us, We'll Be Gone: The Epic Struggle to Save Soviet Jewry
by Gal Beckerman
Commentary March 2011

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